Emeterio González

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Emeterio González Silva athletics
nation CubaCuba Cuba
birthday April 11, 1973
place of birth San Juan y Martinez
size 183 cm
Weight 105 kg
discipline Javelin throw
Best performance 87.12 m
status resigned
Medal table
Pan American Games logo Pan American Games
gold 1995 Mar del Plata 79.28 m
gold 1999 Winnipeg 77.46 m
gold 2003 Santo Domingo 81.72 m
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silver 1997 Catania 83.48 m
Central America and Caribbean Games
bronze 1993 Ponce 71.24 m
gold 1998 Maracaibo 80.92 m
Central American and Caribbean Championships
bronze 1993 Cali 71.18 m
gold 1997 San Juan 81.66 m
gold 2005 Nassau 76.44 m
last change: April 15, 2015

Emeterio González Silva (born April 11, 1973 in San Juan y Martínez ) is a former Cuban javelin thrower .

At the World Athletics Championships in Gothenburg in 1995 and the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, he was eliminated from the qualification.

He finished seventh at the 1997 World Cup in Athens and the 1999 World Cup in Seville, and he finished eighth at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney.

At the World Championships in Edmonton in 2001 and in Paris / Saint-Denis in 2003 , he failed in qualifying.

At the Pan American Games he won gold in Mar del Plata in 1995 , Winnipeg in 1999 and Santo Domingo in 2003, as well as gold in the 1998 Central American and Caribbean Games. In 1997 and 2005, he was also Central America and Caribbean champions.

He achieved his personal best of 87.12 m (Cuban record) on June 3, 2000 in Jena .

In December 2007, he ended his active career by participating in an international athletics tournament in Havana. He was then employed as a consultant in the National Athletics Commission. In 2000 he finished his sports studies and was accepted into the Communist Party of Cuba .

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